Fréttablai (Icelandic for "The Newspaper") is a free Icelandic newspaper. It is delivered five days a week. Fréttablai was founded in 2001. It was formerly mostly owned by the media conglomerate 365. When September 2003, the paper was published six days a week, Monday through Saturday, until it was reduced to daily publication. In 2019, it was published six days a week again, and in 2020, it was published five days a week. It is solely supported by advertisements.
Vsir var slenskt dagbla, stofna 1910 af Einari Gunnarssyni og gefi t til 1981 egar a sameinaist Dagblainu og kom t eftir a sem DV (Dagblai Vsir). Vsir var alla t fyrst og fremst Reykjavikkurbla.
Stundin is a biweekly Icelandic newspaper recognized for its investigative reporting. It resembles both an online newspaper and a news magazine. It was created in 2015 by former DV employees following the paper's aggressive takeover.
Kjarninn is an Icelandic online newspaper that was established in August 2013. Kjarninn was previously a weekly digital news magazine distributed via the Apple App Store to tablet computer users, but PDFs were also available on the website. Since September 2014, Kjarninn' has only been available online.
The primary newspaper in the Icelandic town of Keflavk is Vkurfréttir. In August 1980, the Southern Peninsula newspaper was created. Páll Ketilsson, the current owner, purchased it in 1983. It is now published weekly, however it was previously released twice a week.